I read How homeowners can save energy, money from the feds’ climate plan
In hopes of getting the country to meet its 2030 emissions reduction targets under the Paris Agreement, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other ministers announced a climate plan on Dec. 11 that includes an investment of $2.6 billion over seven years to help homeowners.
I read Humans Used to Be Good for the Planet, And We Can Be Again
As we grapple with climate change, an extinction crisis, and the legacy of extractive land use, many now assume that humans and the Earth are an inherently bad mix. But this wasn’t always the case, according to new research.
I read “No-Mow May” campaign catches on in Greater Moncton area
The city of Dieppe is hoping to induce some “dandelion madness” for the month of May. Residents are being asked not to mow their lawns, or to at least leave a portion unmowed.
I read Langues officielles: vers un Nouveau-Brunswick moins bilingue?
La seule province bilingue du Canada pourrait-elle devenir «moins bilingue»? C’est ce que craignent certains militants en raison de l’attitude du gouvernement du Nouveau-Brunswick face à la révision de la Loi sur les langues officielles de la province, prévue pour 2021.
I read Neill family passes 160 year old farm to new owners
(Fredericton) For more than 160 years, the Neill family farm has stood on the hill as an emblem of strength and community on the Northside of Fredericton.
I read New Video for Beltane!
The next installment of the Druid Festival series is now available 🙂 I hope you like it!
I read Eating guide suggests ways New Brunswickers can reduce carbon footprint through food
A group working to strengthen food security wants to help New Brunswickers reduce the impact their eating choices have on the environment.
I read Knowing Who to Stand Up For: Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault and the Regulation of Free Speech
The Liberal government’s stunning, dangerous, and inexcusable decision to rescind legislative safeguards for user generated content in Bill C-10 has rightly sparked media attention, political opposition, and anger from Canadians.
I read The Collapse of Our Civilization: John-Michael Greer and Pablo Servigne
When I scheduled an interview with John-Michael Greer (JMG), I wanted to hear him talk about the collapse of our civilization.
I read Dishing the dirt on the elusive Stonehammer Geopark
New Brunswick’s Stonehammer UNESCO Global Geopark contains many wonders. From footprints of the first animals to walk the planet, to billion-year-old fossils, to the birthplace of the Atlantic Ocean and the collision point of Africa and South America, it’s all part of the park.